Caput Mundi Suite

Address: Via Tacito, 7, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Vino Roma, Tiber River, and Castroni.
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    Oops I Did It Again

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 04, 2014

    ... to a lawn by the menza to have dinner. Throughout the course of dinner we were introduced to other wines from various locations in Italy. The night became more and more fun for a lot of people (if you get the hint), and it was a night to remember....or not....depending on who you were. Luckily, one of our professors who was a little tipsy suggested we have class at 10 the next day and have the later class pushed to the afternoon. We all readily agreed.

    Oops at Orly and roamin' Rome

    A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 13, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... we seemed to have 3 legs of 30 mins - ascend, cruise and descend. The last was not fun for Liam's ears as the pressure changed too quick for his head and made him really hurt. It felt longer to get our bags, where our first learning of Italian "scheduling" - more of a vague guide to what could happen than what will happen, from the time on the carousel that we could see our bags.

    We were met by a driver and into another ...

    Home of The Pope, Papa Francesco

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 06, 2014

    ... but I do respect the religion of others. He spoke in Italian, obviously. We didn't quite understand, maybe a little bits and pieces for Romain since some words are similar in French. Nevertheless, it was a great experience. I was looking around at the crowd and there were many worshippers; nuns, religious families and many elderly people around, all looking at the Pope with such respect, completely overwhelmed by his presence. One could ...

    Day VII - Veni, vidi, vici

    A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 13, 2013

    9 photos

    ... Anywho. The town was beautiful. Located atop a hill, it was a very brief, though very steep train ride to get there. It's the type of village one would call 'quaint' in the most endearing way. It's also the first city in which I noticed the strange European penchant for publicly accessible defibrillators. In this town alone, I saw 3. Just in case you ever need to save some lives.. with a freakin' electrical current that you've probably no ...

    Day 6 Update

    A travel blog entry by vagari on Dec 02, 2013

    10 photos

    ... excavated and only opened to the public three years ago. The floors are all glass, so you walk around on top of the ruins and they have a long recorded show which lights up the parts they’re discussing at a given time. It’s hard to explain so I’ll have to share the details when we get back. The other museum was actually just an exhibit hall where short-running exhibits are shown. The one there now is all about Augustus, ...